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Are new OSHA heat standards on the horizon?

November 19, 2022By
Landscaper shading eyes during hot day (Photo: JulieanneBirch/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images)

Sam Steel, Ed.D., safety adviser for the NALP, says new, stricter heat standards from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration are on the horizon. read more

Safety Watch: Tips to keep employees safe on the road

October 26, 2022By
The team at David J. Frank keeps their seven-year safety streak alive by holding each other accountable. (Photo: David J. Frank Landscape Contracting)

David J. Frank Landscape Contracting shares some tips to use to keep employees safe while driving to and from the job site. read more

How to mitigate the risks of performing tree care

March 23, 2022By
(Photo: Bartlett Tree Experts)

Jim Dossett, regional safety manager for Bartlett Tree Experts shares how tree care pros can minimize risks when performing tree maintenance. read more

Oregon OSHA fines landscaping company following worker death

December 7, 2021By

Company fined more than $14,000 for improper training and not ensuring workers wearing protective and safety equipment. read more

OSHA releases temporary standard on vaccination and testing

November 5, 2021By

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) declared a new Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) on Vaccination and Testing. read more

Genie offering free online supervisor training course for safety week

April 27, 2021By

The first week of May, OSHA’s National Safety Stand-Down week raises fall hazard awareness across the country in an effort to end fall fatalities and injuries on construction sites. During this year’s safety week, Genie is offering complimentary online job site supervisor training for work sites where mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPS), such as boom or scissor lifts, are used to... read more